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Translation of "bolster" - English-Spanish dictionary

bolster

verb   /ˈbəʊl.stər/
to support or improve something or make it stronger reforzar, apoyar More money is needed to bolster the industry. She tried to bolster my confidence/morale (= encourage me and make me feel stronger) by telling me that I had a special talent. They need to do something to bolster their image.12671919
(Definition of bolster from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bolster

noun /ˈboulstə/
a long, often round pillow. travesaño
(Definition of bolster from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “bolster”
in Vietnamese gối ôm…
in Malaysian bantal peluk…
in Thai หมอนยาวทรงกระบอก…
in French traversin…
in German das Polster…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长枕, 长垫枕, 长靠枕…
in Indonesian bantal panjang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長枕, 長墊枕, 長靠枕…
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